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‘Goodbye. I Love You. We’ll Be Back in Some Form’
President Donald Trump bid farewell to staff and supporters Wednesday, leaving Washington, DC, for the last time as president aboard Air Force One. Read More.
Trump formally declassifies Russia documents over objections of FBI
Just hours before departing office, President Trump on Tuesday evening formally completed the declassification of a large trove of Russia probe documents, overruling objections posed by the FBI in a last bid effort to keep memos secret. Read More.
The Surreal Inauguration
As 25,000 US National Guard troops from across the country are deployed in a Washington, DC, that looks like a ghost town, surely one of the strangest US presidential inaugurations in history. Read More.
Big Tech Censorship: Can Freedom of Speech Be Saved? -- Ron Paul on The Rubin Report
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Dr. Ron Paul, libertarian and former Congressman, about Big tech censorship, threats to freedom of speech, and his being caught up in the social media purge which resulted in him being temporarily censored on Facebook. Read More.
Fascism: When Big Government & Big Business Work Hand-in-Hand
Benito Mussolini said that "Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power. Read More.
Trump Signs Executive Order Expanding Prosecutors’ Access to Concealed Carry Permits
President Trump signed an executive order on Monday expanding access to personal firearms for federal law enforcement officials. Read More.
The Unwelcome Return of the Real Purveyors of Violence
​With the mainstream media still obsessing about the January 6th “violent coup attempt” at the US Capitol Building, the incoming Biden Administration looks to be chock full of actual purveyors of violent coups. Read More.
The 'Virtual' Inauguration: Is The Threat Real, Or Overblown?
Washington, DC has been turned into a war zone for this week's "virtual" presidential inauguration, with 20,000 National Guard troops and mass closures of bridges, roads, and the Metro. Read More.
Parler Reappears: 'We will not let civil discourse perish!'
Parler — the social media platform popular with conservatives as a "free speech" alternative to Twitter — reappeared online Sunday after Amazon Web Services booted it offline a week ago, the Hill reported. Read More.
CNN Demands Cable Companies Blacklist OAN and Newsmax TV
The far-left CNN is now demanding that its competition at OAN and Newsmax TV be blacklisted. Read More.
Who Are The Worst Perpetrators of Violence?
The choice that every individual must make, and the resulting civilization (of lack of civilization) that results from the choice, is always the same. Read More.
Trump declassifying trove of FBI memos exposing Steele's motivations
Delivering in his final days on one of his last unfulfilled promises, President Trump is declassifying a massive trove of FBI documents showing the Russia collusion story was leaked in the final weeks of the 2016 election in an effort to counteract Hillary Clinton's email scandal. Read More.
Mailchimp Boots Gun-Rights Group
Mailchimp blocked Virginia's top gun-rights group from sending newsletters through its service for unspecified reasons. Read More.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Says She Will Introduce Articles Of Impeachment Against Biden
Newly-elected Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said Wednesday that she plans to introduce articles of impeachment against President-elect Joe Biden on January 21. Read More.
Supreme Court Sides With Trump Admin
The United States Supreme Court reinstated a requirement Tuesday that women seeking to obtain abortion pills must pick up the pills in person from a hospital or medical office rather than receiving them by mail. Read More.
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